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Homemade Naan is a popular staple comfort food and always a highlight of delicious Indian meal. This soft and tender, flavorful and buttery, perfectly browned naan bread is easier to make than you'd think and it has a restaurant quality taste! This recipe proves that it's often the simplest ingredients that can yield the best end results. You can cook Handmade Naan (Approved by My Mother-in-Law) using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Handmade Naan (Approved by My Mother-in-Law)
- It’s of Bread (strong) flour.
- Prepare of Sugar.
- Prepare of Salt.
- It’s of Plain yogurt.
- You need of Dried yeast.
- Prepare of Butter.
- It’s of Lukewarm water.
How To Make Naan Begin by combining the flour, yeast, sugar, anise seeds and salt in a large bowl, then whisk to combine. Whisk together the yogurt, olive oil, and warm water. Add the liquid mixture to the dry ingredients. Use your hand to flatten out the first ball of dough.
Handmade Naan (Approved by My Mother-in-Law) step by step
- Combine bread flour, sugar and salt in a bowl. Whisk well..
- Pour lukewarm water (I warm it to 60°C), yeast and yogurt into a measuring cup. Stir well..
- Now pour this yogurt mixture into the flour bowl and knead until dough forms. Then add butter and knead some more..
- <First rising> Cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Allow the dough to double in size at room temperature. If you are in a hurry, you could speed it by placing over a double broiler or in your oven..
- <Rest time> Divide the dough into 6 portions and let rest for about 5 minutes. Meanwhile preheat the oven to 200°C..
- Roll the dough to 2 mm thin and bake in the oven for 7 minutes. Alternatively, you could cook both sides of the naan using a frying pan. Even better!.
The naan, a word that just means bread in its original Persian, is a flatbread native to west, central and southern Asia. It is baked in a clay oven, rather than over a flame like the chapati. Roll each piece into a small ball, one ball makes one naan bread. First, dust some flour on your work surface then place the dough ball onto the surface, sprinkle more flour on top of the ball. Some of the technologies we use are necessary for critical functions like security and site integrity, account authentication, security and privacy preferences, internal site usage and maintenance data, and to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions.